ALSO NOTED: 3Com's new enterprise-class wireless mobility solution;Intellisync's unified messaging system for mobile devices; a

> 3Com launches enterprise-class wireless mobility solution. Release

> Intellisync launches unified messaging system for mobile platforms. Release

> Qualcomm adds WiFi to some CDMA handsets. Article

> Virgin Mobile Canada aims for lower income market with its prepaid model. Article

> Japanese operator KDDI will launch a five person group chat service. Article

> Coca-Cola Europe equipped salesforce with custom wireless devices from Symbol Technologies. Article

> The Austin Technology Incubator looks to make Austin a hub for wireless industry. Article

> Some say Bluetooth can decrease mobile phone rage. Blog

> Mobile apps provider mPortal secures $4 million in funding from Friedli Corporate Finance. Release

> USA Today and Dwango Wireless launch TEXT & WIN, a SMS sweepstakes program. Release

> TeleNav launches its Navigator GPS service on the Sprint network. Release

And Finally... Calling all vintage cell phone collectors. Article


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